Provides information on publishing a literary magazine, including advice on content, layout, production, and technological aspectsExamples: Les Miserables (oppressive, yearning, chaotic, dark, fateful), Youa#39;re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (whimsical, light, innocent, warm). ... The three narrative focuses may be compared to the movement of a movie camera in the following way: Description: Author stops ... Non-photo: Inks, pens, and pencils that allow designers to draw guidelines or write instructions that are not aquot;seenaquot; when photographed. ... acOnomatopoeia: Use of words intended to sound like what they mean.
|Title||:||Publishing the literary magazine|
|Author||:||Ann Edgerly Klaiman|
|Publisher||:||Natl Textbook Co Trade - 1991|